Featured Blog Posts – March 2009 Archive (39)

Interview: RapHead sits down with "Frank Nitty" Bizzy Bone's Biz Manager!



While in L.A. we got a chance to sit down with Bizzy Bone's Business Manager "Frank Nitty". They call him the "Diddy of the West" so you know thats sayin' something! Check it out as he drops some knowledge on the game and their upcoming projects!!



Whats up RapHead fam! Just wanted to keep yall posted on moves we makin' for all our artists on the site. I headed to L.A. for the weekend because I desperately needed to get out of the brisky…

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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 29, 2009 at 10:00pm — 6 Comments

New Video: The Kid Daytona - Fly Sh*t



The Kid Daytona is one of NYC’s best unsigned rappers. We would say to give this dude a record deal, but he seems to be doing just fine on his own. Hailing from the Bronx, the Cipha Sounds protégé turned heads with his mixtape A Tribe Called Fresh, which reinvented seminal Tribe cuts with a clever, obsessive and laugh-out-loud hilarious attention to detail.…





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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 27, 2009 at 3:12am — No Comments

Swag Check: Gucci Sneakers

Peep ya boy D-Wade rockin' the Gucci sneakers. I don't know if you feelin' his whole get up, but when you got D.Wade money/talent I guess you can wear whatever you want haha. Them sneakers is def. FRESH TO DEF though! Go Cop. …

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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 27, 2009 at 2:00am — No Comments

James Brown (RIP) Check out these Moves!



James Brown puttin' it down!! He gave us a nice excerpt of his soul moves.…
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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 26, 2009 at 2:34am — No Comments

The Last Dance: Notorious BIG's Final Moments

This is a must see for BIG's fans as well as fans of Hip Hop. I think we all appreciate seeing where BIG was in his last moments. I know when I first heard the news I formulated all types of atmosphere's that he could have possibly been in. In case you did the same this vid shows us exactly where he last celebrated his success.



RIP…
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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 25, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

Exclusive Interview: Pallo the Jiint (New Orleans,LA)

Pallo the Jiint

For more than 100 years, the city of New Orleans has cradled of some of the most creative musical genres in history. From the saucy sounds of street corner jazz to call-and-response chants of Mardi Gras Indians to platinum-selling Hip-Hop legends like Mannie Fresh, Lil Wayne and Master P, the Crescent City’s musical influences over generations are undeniable.…

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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 23, 2009 at 2:30am — 2 Comments

ARTIST 5K GETS YOU WAVY.... OWWWW



Multi-platinum producer Dame Grease, who has produced hits for the likes of DMX, The LOX, Mary J. Blige, Eve, and more, is opening up slots on Goon Music 2.Owww, the next volume in his popular Goon Music mixtape series with Max B and French Montana. The "wave movement" has taken the streets and mixtapes by storm this past year, with releases including the Goon Music album, Goon Music 1.5 with Big Mike, the Bloomberg mixtape series, and the Coke… Continue

Added by Soulpitchdiva on March 21, 2009 at 4:47pm — 1 Comment

True Hip-Hop Stories: Buckshot (of Black Moon)



True Hip-Hop Stories: Buckshot (of Black Moon) from D-Nice on Vimeo. Another one from ya boy "They call me D-Nice all though I hate to admit it, takin' out ya suckaz and you don't know how I did it!" Nice work on this one…
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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 21, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Video: Spearhead - Hole In The Bucket



Here is one for all my true RapHeads! I remember this joint from back in the day. I was too young to really under the concept at the time, but one thing I remember is how captive the video was. I remember being glued to the screen interested in the story and his explanation of this hole in the bucket. "How can I find compassion in the midst of a recession?" How fitting. Did you peep the hole on the homeless guys cup? "America, Love it or Leave…
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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 21, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Who Said Cars Can't Fly?!?





Terrafugia (pronounced Terra-FOO-gee-ah) has completed the first successful test of its flying car. The company’s Transition Roadable Aircraft Proof of Concept is a two-seat aircraft that can take off and land at local airports as well as drive on regular roads. Converting between the two modes takes all of 30 seconds.



The company said that the flying car (sorry, but the official name is a mouthful) can travel at speeds up to 115 mph for 450…
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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 19, 2009 at 11:00pm — 1 Comment

TheSynCast 54 Feat. Zane of Tunnel Rats and UFC's Houston Alexander

Rapzilla.com Presents: TheSynCast 54 (Zane of Tunnel Rats and UFC's Houston Alexander)

Host: MaxOne

News: Matt Pelishek

Engineer: Shane Newville

Studio: Syntax

Interviews: Zane of the Tunnel Rats & UFC fighter/Hip Hop Radio DJ Houston Alexander





In this episode:

MaxOne dialogues with the OG female member of the Tunnel Rats crew and finds out what the word "busy" really means from mixed… Continue

Added by MaxOne on March 19, 2009 at 5:58pm — No Comments

Homeless Trio Sues Fugees’ Pras For Profits from Undercover Documentary



Fugees Pras Michel Homeless on LA Skid Row - video powered by Metacafe

For nine days in 2006, Pras, formerly of The Fugees disguised himself as a bum and with the help of surveillance cameras filmed an undercover expose/ documentary about homelessness in Los Angeles. Now three of the homeless people depicted in the film, “Skid Row,” are…
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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 19, 2009 at 10:10am — No Comments

HIP-HOP TIMELINE pt.2 fowarded by about.com

1976: DJ Afrika Bambaataa performs at the Bronx River Center. Bambaataa’s first battle against Disco King Mario sparks off the DJ battling that is now embedded in the culture.



1977:



* The Rock Steady Crew (the most respected b-boy crew in history) is formed by the original four members: JoJo, Jimmy Dee, Easy Mike, and P-Body.

* DJ Kool Herc is nearly stabbed to death at one of his parties. Although the assault placed a permanent dent on Herc's career, Grandmaster… Continue

Added by mistro on March 17, 2009 at 8:58am — No Comments

New Video: Papoose - Graffiti





Born December 31, 1978 in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York, Papoose made his first attempts at rapping at the age of 11 . He was given his name by his grandma because of his childhood resemblance to a Native American child. Inspired by Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, Notorious B.I.G., and Big L he made his first recorded appearance in 1998 on Kool G Rap's Roots of Evil album.The following year, he released his first single, "Thug… Continue

Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 17, 2009 at 2:00am — No Comments

DID YOU KNOW HIP HOP HISTORY MONTH EXISTS? SIGN THE PETITION!

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DID YOU KNOW HIP HOP HISTORY MONTH EXISTS? SIGN THE PETITION!

INTERNATIONAL/ USA – March 15, 2009 – Not many people know that HIP HOP has its own HISTORY MONTH, in November. And…HIP HOP HISTORY MONTH has been established as November, for some years. On NOVEMBER 12, 1974, the name “Hip Hop” was born. Thus, November 12, every year, is the actual anniversary of hip…
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Added by EDWIN MYLES on March 17, 2009 at 12:44am — 1 Comment

Hip Hop is a Negative Influence on our Youth?!?

Does the controversy over whether hip-hop has a negative influence on young adults have rappers cleaning up their act? People that criticize the lyrics in hip-hop may not have listened to the latest in metal, rock, and even pop! While comparing lyrics from all genres it seems that hip-hop is far less evil, in comparison, than perceived. We have all heard artist say that music is a reflection of their…

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Added by RapHead.com (@RapHead) on March 16, 2009 at 11:30am — 1 Comment

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